Florida Condominium Residents Should Leave Contractors Alone

Question: I live in a condominium association and there has been discussion concerning who has the authority to direct the association’s contractors and vendors, including the landscapers. We feel that because we pay for these services, these individuals work for us, and we should be able to tell them what to do. The manager told us not to speak to contractors or vendors and said that only she, as the board’s authorized representative, has that authority. This is completely unacceptable since we, the unit owners, are the ones who are having to foot the bill. Who is right?   Read the Q&A………..


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